I often like to say that a terrarium is a lot like building a house, but truth be told, that’s not entirely true. You see,
There’s nothing worse than starting a new terrarium project, cleaning and preparing all of the plants, and then finally realising you’ve forgotten one key component.
Whether you’re trying to brighten up that shady corner in your living room, or you’re making the most of an apartment that only gets light
If you keep more than a few varieties of houseplants, you’ll know the familiar challenge of swapping and changing plant locations to keep them happy.
Today we’re talking about terrarium bugs. The good, the bad and the ugly. Love them or hate them, insects and bugs can make a valuable
Closed terrariums are basically tropical rainforest generators. They allow us to grow all kinds of exotic plant species (and live our destination dreams) from the
A perfectly balanced terrarium ecosystem can (in theory) last indefinitely. Something we can all aspire to. I mean, who wouldn’t want a zero maintenance plant
We’re all guilty of asking the occasional embarrassing question to Google, our all-knowing internet confidant. Which makes Google Trends a fascinating place to hang out
The practice of watering a terrarium seems like a simple one. Water + Terrarium = Win? But honestly, it’s one the most common questions people
These days, the art of terrariums has evolved to produce many weird and wonderful types of terrarium. I swear, the Victorians would wet themselves at